A women's rights organization is auctioning the creative services of Sandra Fluke to raise money to fight for "gender justice in the media."
The group Women, Action, and the Media! (WAM!) is allowing people to bid on a "strategy session with Sandra Fluke." Fluke created a stir during the 2012 presidential campaign when she testified before Congress and demanded that the federal government fund contraceptives. Democrats used Fluke to wage their phony "War on Women" campaign, and she was advised by former Barack Obama officials. Fluke stumped for Obama during the campaign and had trouble attracting 20 people to some of her events.
The description of the auction reads in part:
Got a fantastic idea for a campaign but not sure where to start? Wondering how you can use the tools of activism to make your project the most effective it can be? Social justice advocate Sandra Fluke will help you harness the power of activism and/or advocacy with this strategy session. You bring the expertise on your issue, and Sandra will bring her sharp strategic mind and national experience.
Potential bidders have nine more days to bid on the strategy session with Fluke, which "will take place by phone or Skype at a mutually convenient time" for "up to one hour."
As of this writing, the leading bid is $80.